Our focus is support to fleeing Afghans and their families.

Blood, sweat and tears of America’s sons and daughters soaked the Afghan soil, in an attempt to create a better place in a small slice of the world. Even while we struggled through a recession, we continued to send our dollars to fund the effort… for 20 years. Many Afghans believed in us, many followed us, and gave their lives for that vision. We cannot leave them behind!

Afghan Mission

Our goals

We work to provide timely support for fleeing Afghans, who supported the US and International mission.

Goal 1: Administrative

Paperwork must be done. There is a lot to visas. Gathering documents, researching types of visas, submitting paperwork, coordinating safe location for Afghans, and advocating for those who fall outside the definition of Special Immigrant Visa.

Goal 2: Integration

Getting a visa is only the beginning. Without integration, immigrants find it difficult to make a life in the US. We will work with local universities, trade schools, and businesses to assist with training, education, and jobs. Becoming productive members of society, Afghans can feel proud of their newly adopted home.

Goal 3: Unique Access

We will not forget those left behind. We will work with local companies in Afghanistan, like-minded non-profits, and neighboring governments to gain access to help those who need it the most.

Goal 4: Finalization

Our mission is complete, when all those who have worked with us are safely relocated.

We need your help

What we intend to do requires resources. We need people like you who may not be able to fly a plane but are still bound by a sense of duty.

It’s time to keep our promises.

Newton Stars Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization, with an IRS ruling year of 2018, and donations are tax-deductible.

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WHy do this?

At some point, it becomes necessary to do what no one else will do simply because it’s the right thing to do.  The people we intend to help, have helped our service men and women at great risk to themselves and their families.  They knew, if the Taliban ever regained control, their lives would be in danger. That possibility has now become reality.